Way Down

Feature Film | 2020| Thriller Action | 2h 

English Title: Way Down
Director: Jaume Balagueró
Writer: Andrés Koppel, Borja González Santaolalla, Rafael Martínez, Michel Gaztambide y Rowan Athale
Starring: Freddie Highmore, Astrid Bergès-Frisbey, José Coronado, Liam Cunningham, Sam Riley, Luis Tosar, Emilio Gutiérrez Caba, Axel Stein, Daniel Holguín and Famke Janssen.
Music: Arnau Bataller
Produced by: Telecinco Cinema, El Tesoro De Drake AIE, Ciudadano Ciskul and Think Studio with the Participation of Movistar in collaboration with Mediaset España and TF1 Studio
More info: IMDb
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Synopsis: The Bank of Spain is like no other. An absolutely impenetrable bank. A bank that nobody could ever rob. There are no blueprints. No maps. No data on the vault’s engineering system. It is an absolute mystery. Plus, the head of security ferociously guards the bank as if his life depended on it. This thrilling challenge ignites the curiosity of Thom, a genius determined to learn the vault’s secrets and make it into the depths of the bank.

The target is a long-lost treasure that will be held inside the bank for only ten days. Led by charismatic art expert Walter, the team has only ten days to prepare the heist and pull off a once-in-a-lifetime escape. Ten days to plan, but only ninety minutes to carry out that plan: the ninety minutes of the World Cup final that will draw hundreds of thousands of fans to the door of the Bank of Spain.

The countdown begins. FALL 2020

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ABOUT THE MUSIC: The music from Way Down is a mix of big and energetic orchestra with pulsing and electronic synths, hang drums and a touch of historical instruments via the antique sound of the Viola da Gamba. Sometimes emotional, other times epic and big, most of the time thrilling and pulsing, the music is always following the action and narrative very closely.

ABOUT THE PERFORMANCE: All the synths and keyboards were played and programmed by Arnau Bataller. The Asturia’s Symphonic Orchestra played all the orchestral parts. The music was recorded in Oviedo by Marc Blanes and mixed by himself at BSO Superestudio, Barcelona.

The music will be released after the premiere of the movie.